Former chair Dave Ashby and deputy chair Cam Henderson reflect on over a decade of joint service to the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee.
News & events
The OTOP Water Zone Committee is developing a new action plan that prioritises the projects and activities they believe will have the most on-the-ground impact.
Applications close on Monday 2 August to join the Regional Water Management Committee. If you're passionate about protecting our wai, we want to hear from you.
Fencing of two tarns (small alpine lakes) and a large wetland has now been completed at Balmoral Station near Lake Takapō/Tekapō.
A project to restore a section of Twizel River is being considered by the Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee.
Lower Waitaki Water Zone Committee chair Bruce Murphy recounts the group's achievements in the past quarter, including planting days and mahika kai projects.
The Waimakariri Water Zone Committee supports biodiversity funding for Oxford wetland to protect several types of flora including species of pygmy mistletoe.
A dedicated group set upon McCullochs Bridge in Lower Waitaki recently, to plant out the area with about 450 natives.
The Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee is conducting free nitrate testing clinics for people with private drinking water supplies.
Help protect the precious wai of our region by applying to join your local water zone committee. Applications close Monday 10 May.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays updates us on the committee refresh, stream data collection and the Lukes Creek waste site now closed.
Ashburton Water Zone Committee Chair William Thomas talks about the Mayfield Hinds Valetta consent renewal and our need to empathise with others.